Customer Service for Subscribers. Most dogs urinate every four to six hours, while puppies and senior dogs tend to go more frequently. So, is your dog peeing a lot and is it a cause for concern? My dog, Baby, is a healthy and happy Bluetick Coonhound mix. Baby is a scenthound , so she has an instinctive need to smell every tree trunk, pile of deer droppings and disturbed patch of pine straw in the forest.
A Florida woman was arrested Monday and accused of contaminating the ice cream of a neighboring business with her spit, urine, and snot. Jung Soon Wypcha, a year-old St. Petersburg resident and owner of the Indian Shores Food Mart, was allegedly caught on camera tampering with the products sold by the Lu Lu's Ice Cream store next door over several days in late June. According to a Pinellas County criminal complaint , she was seen using a bathroom the two stores share more than five times June 17 without closing the door. After not washing her hands, she was filmed walking over to a freezer and rubbing her hands on the ice cream. Another video caught her picking her nose and sticking her hands in the dessert, while yet another caught her spitting in the product.
My daughter is 7 years old, and she has a profound fascination with pee. She was potty trained around 4 years of age, and she never had any accidents during ages During her seventh year she had her first accident.
Parents usually recognize when their child has to go to the bathroom the wiggle, the crossed legs. Christine Louise Hohlbaum, an American living in Paunzhausen, Germany, says both of her children, a boy and a girl, potty trained easily and were completely trained by 25 months. Linda Sonna, a psychologist, public speaker and the author of The Everything Potty Training Book Adams Media Corporation, , suggests other clues a parent can pick up on to help their children recognize when they have to go, such as smell. These things help children establish connections.